Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers manager Ally McCoist is considering bringing free agent Daniel Cousin back to Ibrox and the 35-year-old striker could feature in Saturday's match against Dunfermline. (Various)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has warned his player not get carried away with the notion that the Scottish Premier League title is already in the bag. (Various)

Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov's two other clubs FBK Kaunas and Partizan Minsk have been demoted from their domestic leagues in Lithuania and Belarus, respectively, after the businessman withdrew his investment from both clubs. (Sun)

Meanwhile, Hearts goalkeeper Marian Kello, insists he does not want to quit the club while striker John Sutton, on loan at Central Coast Mariners, says he was forced out of Tynecastle. (Various)

Former Rangers forward El Hadji Diouf says the Scottish Premier League is a "Sunday morning league". (Various)

Hibernian's new signing Jorge Claros could make his debut this weekend after missing out on Saturday due to outstanding paperwork issues. (Various)


Scotland head coach Andy Robinson says stand-off was right to end his international rugby career. (Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, Jeremy Guscott has urged Scotland coach Andy Robinson to wield the axe after the opening Six Nations defeat to England. (Sun)

Edinburgh Rugby are remaining tight-lipped on whether Georgia international Dimitri Basilaia is on his way to the Scottish capital side. (Daily Record)

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